Ca$his Explains His Position On Royce Da 5'9"
Although Royce said that everything is positive between he and Ca$his, the Shady emcee has yet to speak on the issue until now.
The thing with Royce is old shit. Its like 5 months ago and the person who found it just put it up. They should have put it up when I said it, Ca$his explained to HipHopDX about the video. I dont take back what I said because he shouldnt have disrespected my man like that.
Ca$his continued to explain why he reacted the way he did on video.
When you disrespect him with Eminem being the king and the don, he dont need to be smashing on nobody. I love it. I love to go bust niggas heads and I love to prove myself. At that point thats how I felt.
But how does Ca$his feel today, especially knowing that there is no rift between Eminem and Royce anymore?
Its definitely not no beef, he reveals. It was at the time, but I couldnt find dude and Em calls the shots. So he said I should lay off because he doesnt want to see anybody get hurt. I dont really want to see nobody get hurt. Im actually embarrassed that it ever happened. It was supposed to be something that he should have saw and we could have handled it however we could have handled it. Its just very old business. Im just so focused on making good music and Im so confident in my music that I dont want to waste my time with beef.
In the meanwhile, Ca$his is steadily working on his debut full length on Shady titled Loose Cannon.
According to Ca$his, the album will be a double CD released on July 25th and will feature production by Sha Money, Jake One, Eminem, Emile, Ron Brows, Reef, Mr. Porter and probably Dr. Dre (As soon as Dres schedule and my schedule combine then well work together, he says).
But he did reveal a surprising twist to the beef.
Me and Royce are actually going to do a record, he divulged. He was in Australia with my man Young D. I dont know how he feels about the situation but I respect his craft and hopefully we can make some good music.